Katie Nowack, Ohio History Connection
"Jeanette is an absolute joy to work with. She brings not only well-researched and thought out information and presentations, but also great energy and dedication to her craft. Her insight and experience into historic dancing and interpretation is an absolute asset to the museum community."
Take Your Fundraiser to a New Level
Galas are the lifeblood of non-profit organizations. But how do you outperform last year's event?
A historically-themed ball can quadruple attendance at annual fundraisers. People love playing dressup, and when there's more to it than the usual tuxedo and a floor-length gown, an event takes on the excitement of Halloween. Having a night of easy but fun dances to do AT the event creates magic with long-reaching repercussions. It creates better articles and photo ops for your media and social media outlets.
Even more potent, it creates word-of-mouth advertising that goes viral when every attendee posts their personal photos and videos on their social media sites. You don't have to *ask* them to post videos and tag you. They will be doing it organically!
Why isn't your history museum teaching dance history?
Dancing is an important part of American history. Our Founding Fathers - and Mothers - danced. Civil War soldiers and soldiers on the western frontier danced. So did miners in Colorado and lumberjacks in Minnesota and the Pacific Northwest. It's time history museums showed visitors the dances they were doing!
Historical Dancing for All Ages and All Eras
Teaching your staff how to teach visitors to dance
Need a gala for a significant anniversary? Throw a ball! I will keep your visitors happy and dancing all night.
Textbooks and how-to videos coming soon